Physicochemical Characterization of Geologic Materials
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Understanding the chemistry of gas-solid interactions is vital to determining how Volatile Organic Compounds are transported through geologic materials under different temperatures and humidity conditions. Inverse Gas Chromatography has proved an invaluable tool in understanding these interactions, especially when measured against usually heterogeneous geologic materials.
We are happy to be joined by leading expert Dr. Elizabeth H. Denis of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to explore new research in the field of physicochemical characterization of geologic materials. In this session, Dr. Denis will describe how this technique was employed to analyze key physicochemical parameters used for modelling subsurface gas transport.
With an opportunity to engage our speaker directly in a live Q&A, this is a great opportunity to see iGC in action, and gain insight from a leading researcher actively employing the technique in the field.
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